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RandyM

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I have a few extra pieces of brand new mil spec 9/16" tubular nylon. These are a little over 100' long. I only have a few and would rather not deal with an auction. I'm selling them for $16 delivered priority mail. I will accept payment through Paypal. Send me a PM if interested.
 

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Thanks for the TN, and fast shipping :D....Payed for it on Saturday and it was waiting for me when I go home today!!

~Jason B.
 

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Thanks for the TN, and fast shipping :D....Payed for it on Saturday and it was waiting for me when I go home today!!

~Jason B.
No problem, some how the post office screwed up, according to them, it shouldn't be there until Tuesday!

I still have a few more if anyone is interested.
 

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Randy,
Just got my tubular nylon in the mail today and it looks perfect! Thanks for the really quick shipping too, it is much appreciated.
Thanks - Lucas
 

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No problem. I have a few more pieces that I need to sell. If anyone else is interested, please send me a PM.

Thanks.
 

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We have no idea why this thread got locked but I've unlocked it now.

Sorry to all.
 

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How heavy does a rocket have to be to use this stuff?
 

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How heavy does a rocket have to be to use this stuff?
I have used this on everything from a AT G-force to a PML Ultimate Endeavor. The smallest size tube I find it practical for is the 3in BSD Sprint I have it in. It is light weight, space being the limiting factor. Rated at 1200-1500lbs working load, can't remember which.
 
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